June 2018: Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

Did you hear that? Summer is calling your name! And we have just the knits to get you ready for warm weather, sandy beaches and more time spent with family and friends.

Start off by refreshing your wardrobe with must-have, lacy and lightweight knits. We’ve included new tops, tanks, shawls, scarves and more within this issue – everything you need to give your whole closet a makeover. The Waterfront Pullover is especially enticing, featuring pops of lace on the sleeves and bottom of the garment, it results in a look that’s effortlessly chic.

Plus, have fun with bold colors by knitting up some new favorites from the Block Party section. From blankets to tops, this selection of patterns includes some of our most vibrant projects to date!

Happy summer knitting!

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 Choosing yarn for a project can be quite daunting. There are so many fibers and blends available: from workhorse highland wool to merino to alpaca; cotton to bamboo to linen; acrylic, acrylic blends, and nearly every possible combination of any of these. A 100g skein of yarn might cost $1.99 (think craft store acrylic), or… Read More 

Planning summer holidays on the beach? You cannot miss this top! Dare to show off your bare shoulders wearing this unique and stylish piece. The elegant neckline, feminine silhouette, fringes and texture make this top a must have. Wear it during the day over a bikini at the beach or don it by itself at night during a romantic dinner! Read More 

As yarn lovers, it’s hard to imagine there was ever a time when we didn’t have least one six projects going at any given time. Knitting, after all, is a passion! But what if it’s more than that – what if it’s something written in the stars? If you’re a fan of horoscopes (or if… Read More 

When knitting motifs/doilies most of the time you do not bind them off as you normally do. As regular bind off does not produce a beautiful finished edge. Most instructions call for finishing the item with a crochet hook. For knitters who know how to crochet that is not a problem. However, if you do… Read More